Raman spectroscopy probes the vibrational modes of a material. This information is unique to chemical composition, the samples environment, phase, strain, orientation, and defects among many other factors.
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Low Frequency Raman (lattice modes) enables facile differentiation of sulfur allotropes found in both living and dried thiothrix
Co-localized Raman/AFM enables identification of epitaxial graphene layer number using 2D band FWHM and KPFM
An in-depth look at Inelastic (Raman) Scattering - all the light you cannot see
- Non-destructive acquisition of chemical bonding information
- Mapping of chemical information from 10s of nm (TERS) to a few mm in X, Y and Z direction possible
- Simultaneously acquire topographical information (AFM) and chemical information (Raman/PL)
Types: All except for samples with pure metallic bonding
- Raman/PL measurements can be performed for Solids, Liquids and Gases
- Typical sample size is 100s of nm to 100s of µm, however we have sampling accessories that allow us to probe down to 10s of nm and up to ~1 m.
- Additional sample requirements vary widely depending upon the specific technique employed for analysis.
- Linkam Temperature/Environmental Stage (-196 to 550°C)
- Macro-Cuvette Holder
- Signatone High Resolution Positioners
|Lasers (nm)||ULLF (nm)||Gratings (gr/nm)||Polarizer||Other|
|LabRAM HR "VlabiNIR"||532, 644, 785, 1064||532, 633||150, 300, 600, 1800||X||AFM, TERS, PL, micro-UV-Vis|
|LabRAM HR "Lucy"||229, 364, 457, 488, 532||488, 532||600, 1800, 2400, 3600||X||PL, micro-UV-Vis|
|Xplora Plus||532||600, 1200, 1800, 2400||PL, micro-UV-Vis|